Sunday, November 2, 2008

Negative Campaigning

Added Monday morning: (from party chair's website)

Quote from John McCain--

"He (Obama) said the other day that his primary victory vindicated his faith in America. My country never had to prove anything to me, my friends, I've always had faith in America."

If this be negative, so be it. We must do everything we can in the next 24 to 40 hours, the polls close at 8, to alert folks to the consequences of an Obama presidency.

George Will had a column today in which he said something like: we have been on the short end of the stick before, vastly outnumbered in Congress and the roof hasn't fallen in. Well, that may be true, but we also didn't have the same elite liberals who have such animosity and vindictiveness against us that the only reason the rest of us are allowed to live in their society is to serve them.

When we wrote about checks and balances we should have made a list of the things that can happen in two years before we have a chance to replace enough of them to have a chance at freedom again.

Let's start with Freedom of the Press. Wonder what the NY Times and LA Times Pravda, are thinking now that three reporters were kicked off the Obama plane? They had better not even think about making a critical remark, right? And what about the Second amendment? We know that will be one of the first efforts--taking away all rights to hunt or protect. And what about the promise to the National Abortion Rights Action League by Obama that his first signed bill will be to make all abortion OK all the time.

How long do you think it will be voluntary to roll over your 401K into the Social Security fund in exchange for a 3% return on investment? I'm sure you've seen how innocently Social Security was described when it started. And if you think their nationalized health care will be on a par with what politicians get, think again. That just sounds good.

Since he thinks that those of us in flyover country take refuge in their guns and Bibles and it was easy to quash the 2nd amendment, how tough will it be to have churches free from taxation turned into cash cows, a parochial school to be forced to use NEA teachers and there will be no public mention of God anywhere, anytime.

And speaking of unions, there will be no secret ballot for union members and how long do you think right-to-work states will remain so? Economically they are now doing the best, but it appears that we will be seeking equality at the lowest levels so it shouldn't take long for that to take place either.

I could go on, but you get the picture. And add to it as well I'm sure. So just do one more thing, please: Turn on the after-burners, the end is near and it's time to sprint to the finish.

God bless you all...

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